The Carter G. Woodson Institute Series: Black Studies at Work in the World

Named for the famed historian Carter G. Woodson, this series seeks to publish new monographs and essay collections focused broadly on Black history, literature, and culture in multidisciplinary and diasporic perspective. The series editors are open, simultaneously, to work that captures the various articulations of Black Studies at work in the world even beyond academia.

Series Editors: Deborah E. McDowell, Shawn Leigh Alexander, Robert T. Vinson

Books in this Series

Strategies for Survival
Strategies for Survival
Recollections of Bondage in Antebellum Virginia
William Dusinberre
Schooling Jim Crow
Schooling Jim Crow
The Fight for Atlanta's Booker T. Washington High School and the Roots of Black Protest Politics
Jay Winston Driskell Jr.
A Little Child Shall Lead Them
A Little Child Shall Lead Them
A Documentary Account of the Struggle for School Desegregation in Prince Edward County, Virginia
Edited by Brian J. Daugherity and Brian Grogan
We Face the Dawn
We Face the Dawn
Oliver Hill, Spottswood Robinson, and the Legal Team That Dismantled Jim Crow
Margaret Edds
Word, Like Fire
Word, Like Fire
Maria Stewart, the Bible, and the Rights of African Americans
Valerie C. Cooper
Segregation's Science
Segregation's Science
Eugenics and Society in Virginia
Gregory Michael Dorr
Keep On Keeping On
Keep On Keeping On
The NAACP and the Implementation of Brown v. Board of Education in Virginia
Brian J. Daugherity
A House Divided
A House Divided
Slavery and Emancipation in Delaware, 1638–1865
Patience Essah
The Punitive Turn
The Punitive Turn
New Approaches to Race and Incarceration
Edited by Deborah E. McDowell, Claudrena N. Harold, and Juan Battle
Whispers of Rebellion
Whispers of Rebellion
Narrating Gabriel's Conspiracy
Michael L. Nicholls
Rambles of a Runaway from Southern Slavery
Rambles of a Runaway from Southern Slavery
Henry Goings. Edited by Calvin Schermerhorn, Michael Plunkett, and Edward Gaynor
Gabriel's Conspiracy
Gabriel's Conspiracy
A Documentary History
Edited by Philip J. Schwarz
Freedom Has a Face
Freedom Has a Face
Race, Identity, and Community in Jefferson's Virginia
Kirt von Daacke
Criminal Injustice
Criminal Injustice
Slaves and Free Blacks in Georgia's Criminal Justice System
Glenn McNair
The Segregated Scholars
The Segregated Scholars
Black Social Scientists and the Creation of Black Labor Studies, 1890–1950
Francille Rusan Wilson
Bitter Fruits of Bondage
Bitter Fruits of Bondage
The Demise of Slavery and the Collapse of the Confederacy, 1861–1865
Armstead L. Robinson. Introduction by Joseph P. Reidy
Rearing Wolves to Our Own Destruction
Rearing Wolves to Our Own Destruction
Slavery in Richmond Virginia, 1782–1865
Midori Takagi
Migrants against Slavery
Migrants against Slavery
Virginians and the Nation
Philip J. Schwarz
Black Prisoners and Their World, Alabama, 1865-1900
Black Prisoners and Their World, Alabama, 1865-1900
Mary Ellen Curtin
Rituals of Race
Rituals of Race
American Public Culture and the Search for Racial Democracy
Alessandra Lorini
Enterprising Southerners
Enterprising Southerners
Black Economic Success in North Carolina 1865-1915
Robert C. Kenzer
A New Plantation South
A New Plantation South
Land, Labor, and Federal Favor in Twentieth-Century Arkansas
Jeannie M. Whayne
Virginia Landmarks of Black History
Virginia Landmarks of Black History
Sites on the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places
Calder Loth, ed.
Cultivation and Culture
Cultivation and Culture
Labor and the Shaping of Slave Life in the Americas
Ira Berlin and Philip D. Morgan, eds.
Freedom Summer
Freedom Summer
Sally Belfrage
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